Friday, April 19, 2013

Speaking in Nebraska and Iowa

It looks like this weekend I'll be doing more than my fair share of driving as we will be in Nebraska on Saturday evening, and in Iowa on Sunday morning.

Please keep us in your prayers, and pray for good weather as the past few days have been very unpredictable as far as rain, sleet, and other natural phenomenon are concerned.

With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.

Saturday April 20, 2013, 6:30 pm
Hastings Nebraska Holiday Inn Express Conference Room
3605 Cimarron Plaza
Hastings Nebraska 68901

Sunday April 21, 2013, 10:00 am
Cresco Iowa Assembly of God Church
317 3rd W Ave
Cresco, Iowa 52136


Anonymous said...

Wishing I could be in Hastings!!! Still hours away from western KS!!!

We keep you in our prayers, brother Mike!

Anonymous said...

Hi - it was great to hear you speak at Cresco this morning. This is the old lady with the topknot. I had one more question, and it was even on-topic, but you and Gene were having enough difficulty getting out the door as it was. My question is this: I have not yet heard you address the Word of Faith movement, at least not in any of the videos/articles/blog entries I've seen. Do you think it's heretical? I feel strongly that it is but can't quite articulate why. It is cropping up everywhere, and now it has come to my church, which as a fundamental spirit-filled denomination ought to know better. I am researching it so I can present my case intelligently to the pastors. What are your thoughts on it?

Thanks for your time.

Anonymous said...

P.S. on the question about Word of Faith. Yes, I have heard and read many rants against the prosperity gospel, which is related to it. But the deception itself goes deeper and is more subtle than that. It has many tentacles, even some to appeal to non-materialistic people. I heard it preached at a conference at my church recently without any mention of prosperity or money or any requests for donations, seed-sowing, 100-fold returns, etc. My own pastors did not recognize it as heresy, and they are not materialistic at all and never ask for money. The proponents of this stuff think it is scriptural, but when you ask specifically what the scriptural foundation is, much of it seems loosely and tangentially applied, and it does not convince me. But it convinces them. I have heard it described as a cult, that the adherents are under a type of mind-control deception. I pray for their deliverance and for their eyes to open, but I am also looking for material to use in proving to them how off-base this is. I have found some good stuff on the web but also am interested in your thoughts.

thanks --